The moment which all of you Verizon loving fans have been waiting for has finally arrived. Verizon has let the word out that it plans to start selling the Android tablet which we all know as Samsung Galaxy Tab starting from 11th November.

$599.99 is the price tag set by the US most reliable 3G based network which for some might be a bit high while some other will see it sit perfectly with the price Apple charges for it 3G enabled iPad.

In case you forgot, Samsung Galaxy Tab has a 1 Ghz processor, supports Adobe Flash 10.1, sports a 7 inch screen and much more which you can read here.

Here is what Marni Walden, vice president and chief marketing officer for Verizon Wireless had to say about the upcoming Tablet:

This is an incredible time in mobile technology, and as a company we’re excited to add the Samsung Galaxy Tab to our portfolio.The Samsung Galaxy Tab brings together the reliability of Verizon Wireless’ 3G network and the power of Android 2.2 to deliver on our promise of providing consumers and business customers with a host of options to help manage their lives.

Since this is a 3G Tablet, you will be needing a data plan. Verizon has an interesting offer for you – a monthly access plan beginning at $20 a month for 1 GB.

[via Verizon]



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